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Why is absolute 0 the base for the Kelvin temperature scale?

(P.S, I don't know if this is actually physics, but I thought it wa...

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Why is absolute 0 the base for the Kelvin temperature scale?

(P.S, I don't know if this is actually physics, but I thought it was the closest subject)

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First, this is physics.
Second, the answer to you 0 Kelvin means "absolute 0" and marks the temperature when the atoms stop moving.
It is constant across the universe.
As it is, "cold" means something's atoms are sluggish, or barely move, but absolute 0 means they don't move at all.
In theory it's there, but can't reach in reality

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